Following Penguin Random House UK's October acquisition of Australian-based Hardie Grant Publishing’s U.K. publishing business, which is comprised of Hardie Grant UK and Quadrille, all Hardie Grant titles will now be published as Quadrille going forward. Quadrille will publish titles under four categories, known internally as "Quadrants" called Taste, Create, Now, and Life.

Quadrille Taste will be led by Quadrille managing director Sarah Lavelle, together with publishing director Kajal Mistry and newly promoted editorial director Sophie Allen. The largest of the four imprints, Quadrille Taste will encompass all the publisher's food and drink titles and authors, including Tim Hayward, Theo Randall, Ed Smith, and Clair Thomson.

Quadrille Create, led by editorial director Harriet Butt, will bring together craft, hobbies, and creativity books from authors and brands including The Great British Sewing Bee, 365 Days of Art, and Tilly and the Buttons.

Quadrille Now will focus on gift books, with an emphasis on pop culture and inspiration, and will be led by publishing director Kate Pollard, who returned to the company last year after a stint at Welbeck.

Quadrille Life, also led by Pollard, will encompass interiors, fashion, travel, health and wellbeing, and home and garden.

Within the PRH UK group structure, Quadrille is overseen by Joel Ricket, managing director of Ebruy and Quadrille, and will continue to have full creative independence, with its own editorial, design, marketing, and publicity teams in tact. Group teams including sales, rights, production, and finance now report into group functions at PRH UK.

"This is the perfect moment to rebrand and reinforce Quadrille as a leader in illustrated lifestyle publishing for a global audience," said Lavelle in a statement. "Across the lists we have always had distinctive, beautiful books, expert, authors, and a wealth of publishing talent—the Quadrants bring them together within a single, clear identity."

Quadrille will also continue to publish on an international coeditions model, with U.S. sales and distribution through Chronicle Books.

This article has been updated for clarity.